What are K-Awards?

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* The success rate for obtaining a K-Award is fairly good, around %30.
* The success rate for obtaining a K-Award is fairly good, around %30.
NIH provides detailed [http://grants.nih.gov/training/outcomes.htm statistics] about Career Awards and how the budget for K-Awards and the amount allocated each year has kept pace with the number of applications.
NIH provides detailed [http://grants.nih.gov/training/outcomes.htm statistics] about Career Awards and how the budget for K-Awards and the amount allocated each year has kept pace with the number of applications.
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What are K-Awards?

See the Career Development webpage or the Grants mainpage at NIH for more information.

NIH offers a Career Award Wizard and a Visual Guide to help identify the NIH Career award that is right for you.

NIH provides detailed statistics about Career Awards and how the budget for K-Awards and the amount allocated each year has kept pace with the number of applications.




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